What Are Some of the Issues Addressed in Courageous?
March 14, 2011
In this minute and a half clip, Randy talks about how our culture has so distorted the necessity of the role of men and the importance of making the most of the time God has given us in this life.
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This is a new trailer for the movie Courageous, which I’ve been writing the novel Courageous to correspond to.
Courageous and My Time in Atlanta
Earlier this month I said yes to writing a novel based on the screenplay of the new movie Courageous. Both the movie and novel will be released a year from now.
Dockers asks men to "Wear the Pants"
Last week I got an email about Dockers pants from The Rebelution (a site I highly recommend), which I've quoted in this blog. After you read it, check out the picture below, part of Dockers' new advertising campaign.
Photo Slideshow from Randy Alcorn's trip to Georgia to Research Courageous
In October of 2010 Randy took a trip to Albany Georgia to research the setting and filming location of the movie Courageous in order to write the novel of the same name. These are some of his pictures, video clips and memories from the trip.
Can You Share About the Process of Writing the Novel Courageous?
Last year I said yes to writing a novel based on the screenplay of the new movie Courageous, which is being released in theaters on September 30. The movie was done by the Kendrick brothers, Stephen and Alex, who produced Facing the Giants and Fireproof. As Fireproof centered on fire fighters and marriage, Courageous centers on police officers and fatherhood and, not surprisingly, COURAGE for men in their homes and personal lives.
Oasis Audio Interview: Courageous
In this 20 minute interview, Randy talks with interviewer Wayne Shepherd about the Courageous movie and novel.
Endorsements and Book Reviews of Courageous
A page turner from the first chapter, the characters come alive as they struggle against the forces of evil as law enforcement officers and then against raging currents at home that take their children farther and farther away from them and from God. -Dawn Cribbs I highly recommend this book to all readers, but especially to men out there who are fathers or who may be fathers one day. The book is sure to get your adrenaline pumping while it stirs your soul. 5 out of 5 stars. -J. Harder
Courageous: Randy Alcorn Talks About His Book Project with the Kendrick Brothers
In this video clip, Randy Alcorn talks with Ron Blue about his book Courageous with the Kendrick brothers.
The Indispensable Father
Men, you are the leaders of Men, you are the leaders of your families. You might be reluctant to assume that role. You might even deny that it falls to you. Nonetheless, you are your family’s de facto leader, whether you choose to believe it or not.
Accountability Groups: Men Helping Men in Their Walk With God
To experience true accountability, we have both the right and the responsibility to ask each other hard and to-the-point questions.